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Who call tell me where sell TDI printer CPU board

I have an Avery Dennison TDI printer. Now its CPU board is defective. Who knows where supply this CPU board except ordering from Avery Dennision directly? Thank you

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I modify TDI printers to process a variety of materials. Usually it is the Power Supply board that also fails.

If it is good condition, I can repair and modify and resell as used unit.

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Posted on Apr 13, 2009

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